Ok, we're a little pissed we didn't get to this first, but alas, we haven't yet jumped (ha) into the world of video, so we're glad someone else got around to compiling every single image in which Anna told Caroline, "Jump!" It's gotten to such an extreme that there's even a picture of Caroline jumping smack in the middle of the wall between our desks with a big 'X' through it saying, "No More Jumping Caroline!!!" But we secretly love it. If we'd made the video, we would've set it to Kris Kross, but at least we know the lyrics well enough to sing, "Jump, Jump!" in our head.
A Brief History of Jumping Before Caroline Trentini
nyone well versed in fashion, upon hearing the word "jump," inevitably thinks of Caroline Trentini in a cocktail dress in front of a taupe backdrop in Vogue. For years, the Trentini Leap has marked the pages of the glossy, even influencing other Vogue models like Chanel Iman and Coco Rocha to bounce around. But Trentini was not the originator of the jump shot, nor was her stylist, Grace Coddington. It was photographer Phillipe Halsman, whose lens captured stars of yore like Marilyn Monroe, Grace Kelley, and Audrey Hepburn in mid-air.